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Im looking into snom one as a replacement for our current system and am wondering if there is a way to have a phone in a branch office connected to the main office using something similar to a sip proxy with the 3cx system. i read that you can connect offices but everything i have seen you have to have a snom box in both locations, this would be overkill considering we just have one phone in the other office that needs to be connected. Is there a solution for this other then having a full system in each location?

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snom ONE includes a "mini" session border controller that takes care about remote NAT. Things are relatively easy when you have a routable ("public") IP address that you can use for the PBX. As soon as you don't have that luxury things are getting messy. There is a article on that topic on the old wiki at http://wiki.snomone.com/index.php?title=Remote_Phone_Setup.


Once you have that done, you can automatically provision your remote phones. In a nutshell, you need to put the address of the server, the username and password into the phone's web interface and from then on it will automatically do all hte magic to get the phone working in a local or remote location.

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